So you got your identity theft protection or are at least thinking about it but the thought crosses your head: "What about my spouse or your kids? Does my plan cover them?". You have come to the right place.
When it comes to identity theft protection it is recommended that each spouse participates in an identity theft protection plan since both have separate identities that can be stolen. Identity theft is much more than financial fraud, and can also include medical identity theft, social security fraud, IRS scams, insurance, utility, and employment fraud, and more. Since both of your personal info is valuable and can be acquired in different places, it is advisable for each family member to be protected – that includes children.
Now when it comes to your children, Zander's plan offers a family option that includes comprehensive coverage for children up to age 18. Dependents 18 and over who live in the primary member’s household are not eligible to utilize monitoring services, but would still receive restoration, reimbursement, and lost wallet protection regardless of their age. This includes dependents with documented disabilities who have the same primary residence as the primary member and who rely on the member for maintenance and support. Dependents who do not live in the household are eligible for coverage as long as they are unmarried, under age 26, and are a full-time college student.